Ringmaw is a Grounded Biological Enemy in Final Fantasy VII Remake. Enemies have their own behavior and unique attacks, killing enemies provide various drops that reward players with items and Gil they will need as they continue to progress through the game.
A gorger subspecies. Larger than their close relatives and armed with bladelike front legs. Drawn by the taste of human flesh, they often venture into residential areas.
Tactical Data: They become stronger some time after battle starts, but they will return to normal after taking a certain amount of damage.
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Enemies in Final Fantasy VII Remake have unique abilities apart from their basic attacks. Players can identify if an enemy is about to use one of its abilities when the Ringmaw of the ability appears above the enemy's Ringmaw.
Ringmaw Battle Information
They become stronger some time after battle starts, but they will return to normal after taking a certain amount of damage.
Ringmaw Notes & Tips
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